DIE-HARD Arsenal fan Piers Morgan was left fuming by his team’s miserable showing in tonight’s north London derby.

The Gunners collapsed after Rob Holding’s first-half sending off to be three goals down to bitter rivals Tottenham within 47 minutes.

Arsenal squandered the chance to secure Champions League qualification

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Arsenal squandered the chance to secure Champions League qualificationCredit: AP

Harry Kane put Spurs ahead from the spot after Cedric Soares was ruled to have fouled Son Heung-Min in the box.

And Morgan vented his frustration on Twitter, questioning his trust in Mikel Arteta as a manager.

He blasted: “Can Arteta-crazed Arsenal fans remind me again why I should trust a process that involves spending £250m in 2yrs, giving our best striker to Barcelona, and losing 5 of our last 10 League games in crucial run-in with nothing else to play for? I’m struggling.”

Morgan also grabbed his phone after Spurs striker Kane slotted his penalty to open the scoring, simply tweeting six angry-faced emojis.

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Gunners-mad Morgan did the same when Kane doubled the score, but this time wrote “FFS” before another eight angry-faced emojis.

Meanwhile Arsenal legend Ray Parlour was left hoping for a power cut to spare him from witnessing the slaughter.

The Romford Pele joked on Twitter: “Might have a early night unless there’s a power cut.”

The Gunners could have secured Champions League qualification with a win this evening, but instead find themselves just a point above Spurs with two games left to play.

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And tricky fixtures against Newcastle and Everton mean Arteta’s side could be in for a nervy climax to the campaign.

A Monday night clash under the lights at St. James’ Park is sure to be a stern test, as is the home clash with the relegation threatened Toffees.

Spurs meanwhile host fellow survival scrappers Burnley before finishing the season with a trip to already relegated Norwich.

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